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Arrondissement of Épinal

Épinal
Arrondissement of France
Location of Épinal in Lorraine
Location of Épinal in Lorraine
Country France
Region Lorraine
Department Vosges
Communes 218
Prefecture Épinal
Area¹
 • Total 2,743 km2 (1,059 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Total 217,216
 • Density 79/km2 (210/sq mi)
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

The arrondissement of Épinal is an arrondissement of France in the Vosges department in the Lorraine region. It has 218 communes.

Contents

  • Composition 1
    • Cantons 1.1
    • Communes 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Composition

Cantons

The cantons of the arrondissement of Épinal are:

Communes

The communes of the arrondissement of Épinal are:[1]

  1. Les Ableuvenettes
  2. Ahéville
  3. Anglemont
  4. Arches
  5. Archettes
  6. Autrey
  7. Avillers
  8. Avrainville
  9. Aydoilles
  10. Badménil-aux-Bois
  11. La Baffe
  12. Bains-les-Bains
  13. Bainville-aux-Saules
  14. Basse-sur-le-Rupt
  15. Battexey
  16. Bayecourt
  17. Bazegney
  18. Bazien
  19. Beauménil
  20. Begnécourt
  21. Bellefontaine
  22. Bettegney-Saint-Brice
  23. Bettoncourt
  24. Bocquegney
  25. Bouxières-aux-Bois
  26. Bouxurulles
  27. Bouzemont
  28. Brantigny
  29. La Bresse
  30. Brû
  31. Bruyères
  32. Bult
  33. Bussang
  34. Chamagne
  35. Champ-le-Duc
  36. Chantraine
  37. La Chapelle-aux-Bois
  38. Charmes
  39. Charmois-devant-Bruyères
  40. Charmois-l'Orgueilleux
  41. Châtel-sur-Moselle
  42. Chaumousey
  43. Chavelot
  44. Cheniménil
  45. Circourt
  46. Le Clerjus
  47. Cleurie
  48. Clézentaine
  49. Cornimont
  50. Damas-aux-Bois
  51. Damas-et-Bettegney
  52. Darnieulles
  53. Deinvillers
  54. Derbamont
  55. Destord
  56. Deycimont
  57. Deyvillers
  58. Dignonville
  59. Dinozé
  60. Docelles
  61. Dogneville
  62. Domèvre-sur-Avière
  63. Domèvre-sur-Durbion
  64. Dommartin-aux-Bois
  65. Dommartin-lès-Remiremont
  66. Dompaire
  67. Dompierre
  68. Domptail
  69. Doncières
  70. Dounoux
  71. Éloyes
  72. Épinal
  73. Essegney
  74. Évaux-et-Ménil
  75. Faucompierre
  76. Fauconcourt
  77. Fays
  78. Ferdrupt
  79. Fiménil
  80. Florémont
  81. Fomerey
  82. Fontenay
  83. Fontenoy-le-Château
  84. La Forge
  85. Les Forges
  86. Fresse-sur-Moselle
  87. Frizon
  88. Gelvécourt-et-Adompt
  89. Gerbamont
  90. Gigney
  91. Girancourt
  92. Gircourt-lès-Viéville
  93. Girecourt-sur-Durbion
  94. Girmont
  95. Girmont-Val-d'Ajol
  96. Golbey
  97. Gorhey
  98. Grandrupt-de-Bains
  99. Grandvillers
  100. Gruey-lès-Surance
  101. Gugnécourt
  102. Gugney-aux-Aulx
  103. Hadigny-les-Verrières
  104. Hadol
  105. Hagécourt
  106. Haillainville
  107. Hardancourt
  108. Harol
  109. Harsault
  110. Hautmougey
  111. La Haye
  112. Hennecourt
  113. Hergugney
  114. Housseras
  115. Igney
  116. Jarménil
  117. Jeanménil
  118. Jeuxey
  119. Jorxey
  120. Langley
  121. Laval-sur-Vologne
  122. Laveline-devant-Bruyères
  123. Laveline-du-Houx
  124. Légéville-et-Bonfays
  125. Lépanges-sur-Vologne
  126. Longchamp
  127. Madegney
  128. Madonne-et-Lamerey
  129. Marainville-sur-Madon
  130. Maroncourt
  131. Mazeley
  132. Méménil
  133. Ménarmont
  134. Le Ménil
  135. Ménil-sur-Belvitte
  136. Montmotier
  137. Moriville
  138. Moyemont
  139. La Neuveville-devant-Lépanges
  140. Nomexy
  141. Nonzeville
  142. Nossoncourt
  143. Oncourt
  144. Ortoncourt
  145. Padoux
  146. Pallegney
  147. Pierrepont-sur-l'Arentèle
  148. Plombières-les-Bains
  149. Pont-sur-Madon
  150. Portieux
  151. Pouxeux
  152. Prey
  153. Racécourt
  154. Rambervillers
  155. Ramonchamp
  156. Raon-aux-Bois
  157. Rapey
  158. Regney
  159. Rehaincourt
  160. Remiremont
  161. Renauvoid
  162. Rochesson
  163. Romont
  164. Le Roulier
  165. Roville-aux-Chênes
  166. Rugney
  167. Rupt-sur-Moselle
  168. Saint-Amé
  169. Saint-Benoît-la-Chipotte
  170. Sainte-Barbe
  171. Sainte-Hélène
  172. Saint-Étienne-lès-Remiremont
  173. Saint-Genest
  174. Saint-Gorgon
  175. Saint-Maurice-sur-Mortagne
  176. Saint-Maurice-sur-Moselle
  177. Saint-Nabord
  178. Saint-Pierremont
  179. Saint-Vallier
  180. Sanchey
  181. Sapois
  182. Saulxures-sur-Moselotte
  183. Savigny
  184. Sercœur
  185. Socourt
  186. Le Syndicat
  187. Tendon
  188. Thaon-les-Vosges
  189. Thiéfosse
  190. Le Thillot
  191. Le Tholy
  192. Trémonzey
  193. Ubexy
  194. Uriménil
  195. Uxegney
  196. Uzemain
  197. Vagney
  198. Le Val-d'Ajol
  199. Varmonzey
  200. Vaubexy
  201. Vaudéville
  202. Vaxoncourt
  203. Vecoux
  204. Velotte-et-Tatignécourt
  205. Ventron
  206. Ville-sur-Illon
  207. Villoncourt
  208. Viménil
  209. Vincey
  210. Vioménil
  211. Les Voivres
  212. Vomécourt
  213. Vomécourt-sur-Madon
  214. Xaffévillers
  215. Xamontarupt
  216. Xaronval
  217. Xertigny
  218. Zincourt

References

  1. ^ INSEE Communes de l'arrondissement d'Épinal

External links

  • Épinal on French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies site (INSEE, in French)

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